Ok... that's the same one I tried. It seems to stay loaded even after I
exit the full-screen session, other than that its an excellent program.
>In a nutshell, it's a SNIPPER-type utility for OS/2 fullscreen sessions,
>and you can cut-and-paste between multiple fullscreens as well as within
>a single session. Doesn't access the PM clipboard, tho. :-( But it's
>very good for doing what I just did (wandered out with Lynx/2 to find
>the URL pointing to the file, cut it there, and pasted it here <g>).
ahh... I thought it uses the PM clipboard. I was wondering how it can
paste from the PM clipboard when it seems impossible to access the
clipboard (for pasting) from a VIO or even a detached program.
There is another clipboard utility, pmclip (pmclip.zip, I think) that is
command line driven. With a couple of macros I have cut-n-paste to the
PM clipboard within a full-screen QEdit session. It is distributed
under the GNU Copyleft license with full source code.
Its also on hobbes, same place I got clipit10.zip from, and probably in
the same directory above, though I'm not certain of the archive name.
Pmclip is useless for cutting/pasting from/to something like Lynx,
-- Phil Crown <email@example.com>